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Transactions for November 6, 2010

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11/6/10 Tampa Bay Rays selected the contract of P Matt Bush
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed P Barry Zito's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed 2B Eugenio Velez's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed P Henry Sosa's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed P Dan Runzler's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed PH Ryan Rohlinger's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed P Chris Ray's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed PH Brett Pill's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed LF Francisco Peguero's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed P Waldis Joaquin's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed P Alex Hinshaw's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed RF Jose Guillen's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed 3B Conor Gillaspie's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed CF Darren Ford's roster status.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants changed 2B Emmanuel Burriss's roster status.
11/6/10 Arizona Diamondbacks outrighted P Leo Rosales from the 40-man roster.
11/6/10 Arizona Diamondbacks outrighted P Clay Zavada from the 40-man roster.
11/6/10 San Francisco Giants signed P Jacobo Meque.

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